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We recently got our hands on some of the offensive ratings of the Steelers' roster.

Next week EA Sports will drop Madden 25, the newest edition to the ultimate football video game franchise. A list was recently released that displays the offense of each team and their players ratings. While we will eventually put a more full analysis of how the players from last year improved or decreased in their ratings, as well as analysis of 2013 rookies, this article simply highlights the overall ratings of the team.

Quarterbacks

Ben Roethlisberger - 92

Bruce Gradkowski - 73

John Parker Wilson - 64

Landry Jones - 67

Halfbacks

Jonathan Dwyer - 76

Isaac Redman - 74

Le'Veon Bell - 73

LaRod Stephens-Howling - 72

Baron Batch - 67

Fullbacks

David Johnson - 76

Will Johnson - 72

Center

Maurkice Pouncey - 88

Joe Madsen - 73

Greg Warren - 71

Guards

Ramon Foster - 83

David DeCastro - 79

John Malecki - 67.

Tackles

Marcus Gilbert - 78

Mike Adams - 73

Guy Whimper - 73

Kelvin Beachum - 66

Joe Long - 59

Tight ends

Heath Miller - 88

Matt Spaeth - 80

David Paulson - 69

Jamie McCoy - 66

Zack Pianalto - 63

Wide receivers

Antonio Brown - 86

Emmanuel Sanders - 76

Jerrico Cotchery - 75

Plaxico Burress - 74

Marcus Wheaton - 70

Justin Brown - 62

David Gilreath - 58

Kashif Moore - 57

Take note that rosters are usually updated twice a month, even during the preseason. Rookies who prove effective are especially given a boost, but also veterans who improve their performance or make their first big splash of plays in the NFL will receive higher ratings as the season continues.

(Thanks to Cincy Jungle for the original story)

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